Exactly. By conceding the ground,you invite them on. I would much rather we continued to play attacking football,looking for a third,and try to pin them back,than rely on shoring up the defence and conceding ground and possession.If they manage to break through,so be it.If we have belief in our attacking strategy....and it's worked for 80 minutes of the match...why alter it. I understand the opposition mentality of " if we're a goal behind we may as well go for an equaliser and if we concede another what does it matter",but that's them controlling the match rather than us. If we're on it,the moment they take up that mentality,we should be looking for more goals, and putting the match beyond them.